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Why It’s Important To Visit Sites Of Human Tragedies

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Auschwitz Memorial / Muzeum Auschwitz Not every travel destination is a dreamy or blissful one. There are many places throughout the world where unspeakable tragedies have taken and continue to take place; where the extreme sense of loss and guilt continues to linger and profoundly define the spirit of these spaces. Such […]

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11 Awesomely Quirky Airbnbs Under $100

BY TEAM JST Photo: Airbnb Some travelers are all about 5-star luxury. Some are all about mingling at hostels. Some aim for the awesomely quirky. What does that mean, exactly? Just check out 11 fun but off the beaten path Airbnbs we’ve discovered. One night in each hub, you’ll not only experience a different city but rest […]

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5 Music Festivals You Need To Hit Up In Spain This Summer

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Facebook/ARENAL SOUND Move over California, there’s a new prime destination offering tons of top-notch music festivals this summer on the sexier side of the Atlantic. Spain is chockfull of amazing music festivals in major cities all over the country each summer. In Spain you will find diverse festivals for any genre […]

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5 Gorgeous Spots In Barcelona That Aren’t Boring Runs

BY AMANDA RODRIGUES Photo: Flickr/Raúl González Whether you’re staying for six months or visiting for a few days, Barcelona makes it easy to stay in shape. With so many outdoor arenas to boost your physical and mental health, finding a new place to run in the city is the perfect way to spend an afternoon. Here […]

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Discover Spanish Wine Country: Must-Do’s In La Rioja

BY NADIA CHO Despite being Spain’s smallest autonomous community, La Rioja is one of the country’s most impressive, prosperous and scenic regions. Here, you will find award-winning gastronomy, picturesque traditional Spanish towns, some of the most beautiful routes of the Camino de Santiago and of course, world renowned Rioja wine from scores of famous bodegas […]

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The Spanish Trail You Need To Tackle This Year…Even For Non-Adventurists

BY JST NEWS Courtesy: YouTube Opening during Spain’s Holy Week is the world’s so-called most dangerous path: Caminito del Rey in Malaga, Spain. The walkway, which has been closed off to the public for more than a decade, is now open for travelers starting on March 26 with a cliff face boardwalk hanging 100 meters […]

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Inside Spain’s Most Famous Street For Epic Gastronomic Experiences

BY NADIA CHO Despite being Spain’s smallest autonomy and province, La Rioja has a lot to boast about. It is home to stunning views of wine country, the most amazing wine in the world, and Spain’s most famous street for delicious pinchos: Calle Laurel. The capital city of La Rioja was voted the gastronomic capital […]

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